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3D Bioprinting Opens New Horizons in Regenerative Medicine

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3D Bioprinting Opens New Horizons in Regenerative Medicine

New kidneys, skin, liver, restored vision – does that sound like a miracle to you? No, it is a nowadays reality that offers new possibilities of developing regenerative medicine therapies

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Technological & Patenting Issues with 3D Printed Human Organs

Pallid statistics states that there are over 120,000 people who need organ transplant in the U.S. only. And the chances are that vast majority of these people will never tarry

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How Can Engineer Become Designer Engineer?

How to Become a Designer Engineer? The way of changing the career from mechanical engineering specialist to design engineer is full of stumbling blocks, hidden pitfalls, crests and troughs. However,

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The Latest Word in the 3D Bioprinting

Building 3D Human Tissues and Organs Tissue engineering has witnessed a new breakthrough made by researchers at Brown University. In fact, the device that was created using parts that cost

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Nanotherapeutics On Fight with Diabetes

Methods of Nanoparticle Treatment Everyone today knows that some illnesses require a life-long treatment which is not always as pleasant and effective as we want it to be. But scientists

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How to Keep Your Child Safe and Healthy?

Thoughtful parents are always concerned about eating or activity habits of their children. Ow it is time to think about rules of healthy and safe life of kids. First thing

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Scientists Have Managed to Grow the First Organ in the Lab

The Mechanism of Growing New Human Organs & Tissues For the first time in the history scientists have found the way to grow a fully functional organ by transplanting laboratory-created

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Is NSA a Necessary Evil?

Is It Possible to Keep Information Private in Digital Age? What if someone told you your phone was being constantly monitored by the National Security Agency? Well, that probably wouldn’t

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